Travelling cost inside the island for artist's own needs and lunch expenses.
*Video uploaded online (YouTube, Vimeo etc.) Alternatively, please send your video via filesharing service such as WeTransfer. Please DO NOT send as an attachment to an email.
*One facial photo and 3~5 performance photos (must be 1 MB or more). Please also send via filesharing service.
*Please note that artists who fail to attach the link with video in their applications will not be eligible for selection.
Please send the required documents by email to email@example.com, or by post to the following address: 4F, Business Development Department, Pasona Group Inc.
2-6-4 Otemachi, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 100-8228.
Based in Awaji Island, Awaji Art Circus (AAC) has three distinct missions:
Awaji Art Circus (AAC) is an international performing arts festival held annually since 2015 which is based in Awaji Island, considered as the Island of Japan’s Origin. Artists gather on Awaji Island from around the world and perform for about one month at multiple venues, schools and local events on the Island, as well as enjoy the history and nature of Awaji Island, experience its traditional culture and share the appeal of Awaji Island and Japan with the world.
30 artists will be selected. The planning of the festival is as follows:
September 28, 2017 (Thu)－November 8, 2017 (Wed) - You should arrive in Kansai International Airport before Sep 27.
September 28, 2017 (Thu) ~ September 29, 2017 (Fri) : Orientation, checking locations
September 30, 2017 (Sat) ~ November 5, 2017 (Sun) : Performance period
November 6, 2017 (Mon) ~ November 7, 2017 (Tue) : Discussion, leaving preparation
(In principle, two days off per week).
-Five days a week for AAC.
-Around twice a week for related events
-As a standard, performance frequency will be around three times a day (excluding days off) and duration of each performance shall be 20-30 minutes (it may verify depending on the event and location environment). Exceptions may be allowed upon consideration by the organizer of AAC (hereinafter referred to as the Organizer).
12 European rooms and 9 Japanese rooms. An European room is for 2 people and a Japanese room is for 4 people.
3 rooms for training can be used for music, dance, circus etc. Kitchen as a free space for communication.
A long island located in Seto Inland Sea, south of Hyogo Prefecture. It is the largest island in Seto Inland Sea and 11th largest island in Japan.
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